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Long-Term BuildupPlay
Grime often implies dirtiness accumulated over a long period, not just a recent mess. SlideThe grime on the windows suggested they hadn't been cleaned in years.
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Hard to RemovePlay
Grime usually refers to dirt that is tough to clean, needing more than just water or a quick wipe. SlideShe scrubbed the grime from the stove with a heavy-duty cleaner.
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Negative ConnotationPlay
Using 'grime' often reflects a negative view of the dirtiness, suggesting neglect or poor hygiene. SlideThe restaurant's grimy floors turned away customers.